Now reading: The Event Horizon Telescope — Avery Broderick
Menu
Close
Close

Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!

The Event Horizon Telescope — Avery Broderick

The international EHT research team, including Perimeter’s Avery Broderick, recently measured for the first time the magnetic fields that contribute to black hole growth. Here, Broderick provides a brief explanation of the motivations and globe-spanning nature of the EHT collaboration. Read about the new research: https://www.perimeterinstitute.ca/node/97590

Related

Summer’s here! And what better way to spend those long hot days than diving straight into the universe? If you’re looking to spruce up your summer with a bit of learning, look no further. We’ve gathered everything you need to design your own DIY summer science camp with Perimeter activities and resources, for kids of […]

/Jun 30, 2022

Is the universe a hologram? Celestial holography researchers, like Perimeter’s Ana-Maria Raclariu, are exploring the idea as a new way of approaching quantum gravity.

/Jun 21, 2022

Perimeter’s Outreach resources have helped changed the way physics is taught.

/Jun 07, 2022

Gravitational wave researchers gathered at Perimeter’s first in-person scientific workshop since the pandemic began.

/May 24, 2022

The Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, a globe-spanning consortium of researchers from Perimeter Institute and a dozen partner organizations, has released the first image of the supermassive black hole at the centre of our own galaxy.

/May 12, 2022

Nicole Yunger Halpern elaborates on a tribute to her former Perimeter Scholars International classmate woven within her new book.

/Apr 12, 2022

A round-up of what’s up: the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni, gems from the archive, and fun physics for everyone.

/Apr 12, 2022

‘Magic’ has a technical meaning in quantum theory, and Perimeter’s Timothy Hsieh and collaborators have found a huge source of it.

/Apr 11, 2022

Each episode, a new researcher will join the co-hosts for a wide-ranging conversation about the process, challenges, and rewards of a life in science.

/Apr 07, 2022

The Perimeter Scholars International Winter School makes a comeback with physics and winter fun.

/Mar 24, 2022